Beyoncé’s fans were dying to see their Queen Bey perform at the Grammys and she didn’t disappoint them.
The pregnant singer dressed in gold with an elaborate headpiece and a ton of backup dancers for her first performance since announcing she is pregnant with twins. She was introduced by her mother, Tina Lawson, for the highly-anticipated show.
The singer performed Sandcastles and Love Drought in front of a changing backdrop. She sat down for Sandcastles and at one point tip the chair back causing many watching to hold their breath. Watch it below:
View the performance below:
She also took home a couple Grammys, one for best urban contemporary album for Lemonade and one for best music video. Watch her acceptance speech:
Beyonce also gifted fans with the standalone videos on Monday for Sandcastles and Love Drought.